Harvard Graphics


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Harvard Graphics

(graphics, tool)
A presentation graphics product by Software Publishing Corporation (SPC) for creating presentations, speeches, slides, etc..

Harvard Graphics

Popular presentation graphics programs for DOS and Windows marketed and supported by Serif Incorporated, Amherst, NH (www.serif.com). Originally created by Software Publishing Corporation, its DOS version was one of the first business graphics packages to allow for the creation of columnar and free form text charts. For more information and a program demonstration, visit www.harvardgraphics.com.
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Early editions of CHIPS featured instructions for such software applications as dBase and Harvard Graphics and user forums for government off-the-shelf software (GOTS) and the Ada programming language.
Most of the technical information is of a general nature and relevant to the users of other software programs such as Lotus, Harvard Graphics and Apple Keynote.
In a subsequent year I reviewed various LCD panels (the old ones that sat on top of overhead projectors) which led to my college buying several and our dean seeing Harvard Graphics (again a few years before PowerPoint).
The first graphics software our lab purchased was Harvard Graphics (Software Publishing, Santa Clara, Calif.
At the top of the list is Harvard Graphics for Windows from Software Publishing Corp.
With Harvard Graphics, just about anyone can make an effective graph, chart, or drawing.
Personal computers may be connected to the system and used as Distributor II workstations while running other PC software such as WordPerfect, Harvard Graphics, etc.
If ease of learning is important, Harvard Graphics 2.
The Emerging Topics Group, which covers areas such as upgrading and repairing personal computers and using Harvard Graphics, presently accounts for one-third of the total revenue at Que.
The category includes Freelance Graphics, Harvard Graphics, PowerPoint and Presentations.
In the short run, the products that are probably most vulnerable are traditional graphing and charting titles like Harvard Graphics and Freelance Plus, which have evolved at a relatively sedate pace.

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